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Aeon is a not-for-profit digital magazine that publishes opinion pieces, essays, videos, and conversations. The magazine was founded in London by Paul and Brigid Hains and has offices in London, Melbourne, and New York. They ask the big questions and find the freshest, most original answers, provided by leading thinkers on philosophy, science, psychology, health, society, technology, culture, and the arts, and are committed to big ideas, serious enquiry, and a humane worldview. Find out more in our interview with Aeon Editor Sam Dresser.
The Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI) was founded in 2008 by philosopher and award-winning broadcaster, Hilary Lawson. It aims to invigorate our lives and culture by placing big ideas and critical thinking at the heart of public life. Through the digital platform IAI TV and a programme of events including debates, retreats, and the world’s largest philosophy and music festival HowTheLightGetsIn, the IAI generates and incubates original and challenging ideas and conveys these to the national and international public. Ideas are alive and evolving. At the edge there is rarely consensus. That’s why ideas matter – because they are in dispute. When they turn into knowledge and are recycled in textbooks they are already dead. And that’s why debates, rather than lectures, are at the centre of the IAI’s program.
The National Humanities Alliance (NHA) was founded in 1981 to promote and advocate for the humanities. The NHA’s member organizations and institutions support its aims of advancing the study of humanities. The NHA pursues these goals by efforts to increase support for funding with the executive and legislative branches of the federal government, advocating for “policies that advance humanities research, programming, preservation, and teaching”, developing policy initiatives in consultation with its member organizations, and promoting appreciation for the humanities among the general public.
Oxford University Press boasts cutting-edge scholarship in philosophy including monographs, handbooks, readers, and textbooks. With over 300 journals, Oxford publishes key philosophy journals such as Analysis, Mind, The Monist, and The Philosophical Quarterly. Students and professionals worldwide can take advantage of outstanding products like Oxford Reference, Oxford Scholarship Online, and Oxford Handbooks Online for access to millions of searchable articles, chapters, and reference entries. For the latest news, resources, and insights from the Philosophy team, follow us on Twitter @OUPPhilosophy or visit our philosophy landing page.
PLATO (Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization) advocates and supports introducing philosophy to children and youth through programs, resource-sharing and the development of a national network of those working in pre-college philosophy. PLATO promotes philosophy classes for all pre-college students, including those in classrooms least likely to have access to academic enrichment programs. Bringing together the education and philosophy communities, PLATO celebrates diversity within the philosophy classroom and endorses a wide variety of philosophical approaches and methods. PLATO’s initiatives include a biennial national conference, a high school essay contest, the journal Questions: Philosophy for Young People, and more.